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Kewaunee's 4th of July celebration canceled 

Another community summer event in the area has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Kewaunee Area Chamber of Commerce announced on Friday that the annual Independence Day Celebration on Jul...

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Restricted Sturgeon Bay farm market reopens

Sturgeon Bay's Farm and Craft Market is returning for the summer minus the craft vendors and a few other attractions.  The Department of Public Works announced this week the farm market would...

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Giving a Self-Propelled Fishing Kayak a Try

Well, I’ve finally spent a few days out with my pedal kayak and I love it.  Yes, I still enjoy my sit-on-top paddle fishing kayaks and will use them often, but there are some very nice adva...

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Dairy celebrations going virtual

Door and Kewaunee County celebrations of June Dairy Month are going virtual. Both the Sevastopol FFA and Kewaunee County Dairy Promotion Committee were forced to cancel their annual bre...

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State parks open for camping next week

You will be able to put up a tent or pull in your RV next week as Door County’s five state parks on the mainland will allow camping for the first time this year. Campers will notice some changes...

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Sports

Sevastopol football moves Wednesday night practices

It will be Christmas in July at Sevastopol High School. It has become customary for Head Coach Ron Franks’ squad to be on the field for three 5 PM practices in June. WIAA restrictions related to...

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PGA Tour sets date for fans to return

The PGA Tour tees off Thursday for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Tiger Woods will not be at the Charles Schwab Challenge, but just about everybody else will. The tournament ...

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NFL anthem controversy reignites

Recent social unrest has brought an old National Football League controversy to the forefront again. Future Hall of Famer Drew Brees, quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, was asked in an interview ...

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Bucks one step closer to season reboot

The quest for a second NBA championship in franchise history just got a little closer for the Milwaukee Bucks.   The season reboot is now up to the players after the NBA Board of Governors ...

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Timber Rattlers bring back "Udder Tuggers" moniker

Despite not playing any games this month, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers are still going through with their temporary name change.   Partnering last year with local cheesemaker Agropur, the ...

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Racial Justice Protest in Sturgeon Bay


Sturgeon Bay teachers visit students via parade

To close out the school year, Sturgeon Bay teachers had fun traveling the city saying hi to their students after remote learning for close to three months.


Culver's serving via drive-thru

After being closed, the Culver's drive-thru has been keeping busy!


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